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contents of Breviora (Volume no. 380-409)

Cambridge. Mass. 15 June, 1971 Number 380THE TAXONOMIC POSITION OF THE GENUSPETRIA SEMENOW (COLEOPTERA: ALLECULIDAE)John
F. Lawrence^
pages 1-6

Aguilar, J. d". 1962. Famille des Alleculidae, pp. 368-373. In A. S. Bala-chowsky (Ed.), Entomologie appliquee a I'Agriculture. Traite. Tome I.Coleopteres. Premier Volume.
Paris, Masson, XXVII + 564 pp.
pages 6-1

Cambridge, Mass. 25 February, 1972 Number 382OSTEOLOGY AND DESCRIPTION OF THRATTIDIONNOCTIVAGUS, A MINUTE, NEW FRESHWATER
CLUPEID FISH FROM CAMEROON, WITH
pages 1-24

AuDENAERDE, Thys, V. D. 1969. Description of a new genus and speciesof clupeoid fish from
Sierra Leone. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 80(3-4): 385-390.
pages 24-1

usemni of Comparative ZoologyCAMBRrocE, Mass. 25 February, 1972 Number 383
TWO NEW GENERA OF BEMBIDIINE CARABID BEETLES
pages 1-6

Tasmanitachoides arnhemensis n. sp.(Figure 11 )Type specimens. The holotype female and one female para-type, labelled "Australia, N.T.,
Edith Falls nr. Katherine, 110 m, X-25-62," and "Collectors E. S. Ross, D. Q. Cavagnaro" arein CAS (California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco).
pages 6-7

Tasmanitachoides katherinei n. sp.(Figure 1 2)Type specimen. The holotype female labelled "Australia,N.T.,
Edith Falls nr. Katherine, 110m, X-25-62,'" and "Collec- tors E. S. Ross, D. Q. Cavagnaro" is in CAS.
pages 7-6

Figures 1-6. Male genitalia of Pompilidae, ventral aspect (drawn tosame scale). Fig. 1, Elaphrosyron sociiis n. sp. Fig. 2, Telostegusthomisivorus n. sp. Fig. 3,
T. nigrocinerascens (Turner). Fig. 4, T. turneri n. sp. Fig. 5, Pompilus belardoo n. sp. Fig. 6, Fabriogenia Canberran. sp.
pages 7-1

Ophiocnida olivacea Lyman. 1869, BulL Mus. Comp. ZooL, 1(10): 340(off Alligator Reef, Caribbean, 79 fms. ).Amphitarsus spinifer Schoener, 1967a, Breviora No. 267: 6, fig. 2 (NWAtlantic, 200 m).
See Thomas (1967) for complete synonymy of
pages 2-1

Cambridge, Mass. August 11, 1972 Number 389THE CHANARES (ARGENTINA) TRIASSIGREPTILE FAUNA. XIII.
AN EARLY ORNITHOSUGHID PSEUDOSUGHIAN,
pages 1-1

GEN. ET SP. NOV., A FURTHER THECODONTFROM THE GHANARES BEDS
Alfred Sherwood Romer
pages 1-1

I^Iuseom of Comparative ZoologyCambridge, Mass. August 11, 1972 Number 391THE RELATIONSHIP OF ISLAND AREA AND
ISOLATION TO COLOR
pages 1-12

Arnold, R. \V. 196S. Climatic selection in Crpaia nrmoralis (L.) inthe Pyrenees. Phil. ']"rans
Roy. Soc. London, B, 253: 549-593
pages 13-14

Welch, D. A. 1938. Distribution and variation of Achat'incUa mustelinaMighels in the Waianae Mountains, Oahu. Bull.
Bernice P. Bishop
pages 15-1

A FOSSIL PELOMEDUSID TURTLE FROM
PUERTO RICO
pages 1-1

MINUTE JAMAICAN PROSOBRANGHGASTROPODS:STOASTOMA AND ITS GONGENERS
Kenneth J. Boss
pages 1-9

Plate I.Figures 1-3. The type-species of Stoastoma s. s. Stoastoma pisum
C. B. Adams 1849, Monograph of Stoastoma, p. 11, lectotype, here selected,MCZ 177234, dia. = 3.7 mm, ht. = 3.3 mm; dorsal, apertural, and ventral
pages 10-11

Plate II.Figures 10-12. The type-species of Lcivisin Chitty. Stoastoma ph'tlip-pianiim
C. B. Adams 18 51, Contributions to Conchology, 9: 158, lectotype, here selected, MCZ 177241, dia. = 2.2 mm, ht. ^ 1.1 mm; dorsal, apertural,and ventral views.
pages 12-1

XV. FURTHER REMAINS OF THETHECODONTS LAGERPETON AND LAGOSUCHUS
Alfred Sherwuud Romer
pages 1-1

TRIASSIC REPTILE FAUNA.XVI. THECODONT CLASSIFICATION
Alfred Sherwood Romer
pages 1-1

TRIASSIG REPTILE FAUNA.XVII. THE GHANARES GOMPHODONTS
Alfred Sherwood Romer
pages 1-2

Table I. Massetognathus cranial specimens grouped
by
pages 2-1

Cambridge, Mass. November 6, 1972 Number 397
XYLOREDO, A NEW TEREDINID-LIKE
pages 1-1

THE TRIASSIC SANTA CLARA FORMATION,ARGENTINA
Peter Hutchinson^
pages 1-1

Cambridge, Mass. March 6, 1973 Number 400THE
CAROLINA SALT MARSH SNAKE:
pages 1-1

THE CHANARES (ARGENTINA) TRIASSICREPTILE FAUNA. XVIII. PROBELESODOX MLXOR,
A NEW SPECIES OF CARNIVOROUS CYNODONT;
pages 1-3

The carnivorous cynodonts from the Chanares Formation,Probainognathus and Prohelesodon. are both ob\iously ad\'ancedforms, with an elongate secondary palate and other progressi\-efeatures. Similarly advanced are the
Santa Maria forms, Chini- quodon and Belesodon, for which Huene (1944) erected thefamily Chiniquodontidae. In the past, I ha\e included both
pages 3-1

Cambridge, Mass. June 1973 Number 402SPEGIATION IN THE GENUS OCHTHOECA(AVES: TYRANNIDAE)^John
W. Fitzpatrick
pages 1-12

2. Maranon Valley and low Peruvian mountainscinnamomeiventris, diadema3. Upper
Magdalena Valley, northern Colombia
pages 13-1

Cambridge, Mass. June 1973 Number 403
A NEW LATE PALEOCENE PHENAGODONT
pages 1-1

CAMBRrocE, Mass. June 1973 Number 404NEW STUDIES ON A MONTANE LIZARDOF JAMAICA, A NO LIS RECONDITUS
Robert Hicks^
pages 1-22

AsPREY, G. F., AND R. G. RoBBiNS. 1953. The vegetation of Ja-maica. Ecol. Monogr., 23: 359-412.Lazelx., J, D., Jr. 1966. Studies on Anolis reconditiLS Underwoodand
Williams. Bull. Inst. Jamaica, Sci. Ser., 18 (pt. 1): 1-15.
pages 22-1

Cambridge, Mass. September 20, 1973 Number 405A FOSSIL TRTONYGHID TURTLEFROM SOUTH AMERICA
Roger Conant Wood^
pages 1-5

Sphenomorphus microtympanus new speciesFigures 2, 3, and 5 (top)Holotype. AMNH 104076; an adult collected on 7 July1969
by Angus F. Hutton in the Morobe District of the Terri- tor\' of New Guinea at GARAINA (Fig. 4) at an elevation ofapproximately 2300 feet.
pages 5-1

Alfred Sherwood Romer and Arnold
D. Lewis
pages 1-1

A TAXONOMIC COMPARISON OF THEAMERICAN UPOGEBIA(DECAPODA, TH ALASSINIDEA) ,
INCLUDING TWO NEW SPECIES
pages 1-1

Cambridge, Mass. September 20, 1973 Number 409THE CLASSIFICATION OF THECOTINGIDAE (AVES)
D. W. Snow
pages 1--1